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Indian Railways modifying AC systems for more fresh air to reduce spread of infections

Indian Railways is modifying air-conditioning systems in trains to have operation theatre-like fresh air pumped into coaches, replacing the circulated air which raises the chances of spread of infections, officials said.


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In a bid to reduce the risk of infection, the Railways’ air-conditioned trains will now have operation theatre-like fresh air pumped into its coaches, replacing the circulated air which raises the chances of spread of infection, officials said. The experiment started with 15 pairs of air-conditioned trains being run by the Railways on the Rajdhani routes since May 12, will be replicated in all AC trains as part of the national transporter’s preparations for post-COVID operations.

Officials said that on the advise of the health experts, the Railways’ has modified its non-AC coaches as isolation coaches for treating mild Coronavirus Cases and said that they have also applied health ministry guidelines to modify the ac units onboard the special Rajdhani trains to ensure that the infection does not spread.

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